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Old 01-24-2014, 02:29 PM   #1
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While we were out for a 3 day jaunt over to Paines Prairie Perserve State Park in Florida I decided to fill up the Beast and git er weighed for the first time. Now we have been putting all our life long possessions in her for our fill timing adventure and I was getting a little worried that we might be a tad over weight.

Good news, we still have 3,000 lbs to go- pretty much equally spread over the front and rear axles. Now I don't have to go on that diet and start dumping some of our treasures. LOL Looks like we made the right choice with our 2005 Dutch Star DP.
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That's good news indeed...and peace of mind.
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We moved from our house that sold in November to the DS in December and it was quite a chore deciding what to keep and what to donate/toss. The Peace of mind is definitely right on.
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